Sheridan Smith stunned fans by flashing her knickers and rattling off expletives as she wrapped up her tour in Cardiff on Sunday night, it’s been claimed.
The star reportedly told fans she wanted to get naked on stage, flashed her underwear, and told audience members that she was "bonkers".
"This is so new to me, because obviously I’m used to playing roles and hiding behind characters, so bear with me.
"I feel naked right now. I will get naked — but in the second half," she told the Cardiff crowd.
Following a renditon of Robert Palmer’s Addicted To Love, she’s also believed to have told the audience: “You can see my Spanx, can’t you?”
Sheridan then reportedly uncrossed her legs and continued: “Sorry – you can see them now.”
According to The Sun, the actress went on to tell the crowd at the Wales Millennium Centre that everyone is a "bit nuts".
“We’re all a bit nuts. It’s like that quote that says, ‘You’re bonkers, but all the best people are.’ True. Anyway, I’m going off on one there, sorry."
The worrying behaviour comes just after she broke down on stage twice and struggled to finish songs at her first tour show at the Royal Albert Hall.
She also answered pregnancy rumours admitting her belly is "just fat" after an awkward exchange with a fan.
The singer and actress alluded to a difficult two years and admitted she "lost her mind" for a time while struggling with depression and anxiety.
Sheridan pulled out of her West End show Funny Girl for several months with stress and exhaustion. Her father was also diagnosed with cancer and died in December 2016.
After singing a cover of the Gnarls Barkley song Crazy, she said: "So guys I obviously sang that song because it’s been quite well documented that I lost my mind for a couple of years."
She continued: "Do you know what really makes me crazy? I think you will understand, or I hope you girls will, but men, they send me up the wall.
"But it’s true they play games don’t they? And I don’t mean KerPlunk. They play head games."
She was reduced to tears several times and said: "Oh dear, blubbing already and it’s still the first half."
And one audience member said Sheridan "seemed very emotional" during the show.
Mirror Online has contacted a representative for Sheridan for comment.
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